The old steel bridge and iconic grist mill on War Eagle Creek in the Ozark hills frame a collection of poignant stories in a new documentary film by the Emmy Award winning team of Larry Foley and Dale Carpenter. Bridge to War Eagle is a 30-minute film about a wild stream, protected only by the folks who use it, and illustrated by the stories of those who love it. The narrator is country music star Joe Nichols of Rogers, Arkansas, who’s been coming to the War Eagle his entire life.
Bonus Features: A Drop of Rain, music essay written and performed by Dale Carpenter, and The War Eagle Creek by air.
This program is made possible by a grant from the Audubon Arkansas, through the William Rufus Stephens Junior Memorial Fund, Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, Beaver Water District, and Jim Lindsey-The Lindsey Company.